Grants are for Everyone: How-To Apply

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Grants are for Everyone: How-To Apply 

Tuesday, October 20, at 7 p.m. on Zoom

If you always wanted to apply for an arts grant but have no idea where to start, this session is for you! This workshop focuses on AFA Individual Project Grants (up to $15,000 for tuition/living expenses) and SHHRC-Canadian Graduate Scholarship for Masters students (value of $17,500 for tuition/living expenses). ASTeRIX Graduate Assistant Tyler Stewart will walk participants through the application processes and give guidance on key areas to focus on by looking at past examples of successful grant applications. Workshop will include time for discussion, so bring all of your questions. All students, faculty members, and artists welcome.

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ASTeRIX (Art, Sound, Technology, Research Intersections) Centre for Research-Creation brings together educators, researchers, students, artists, and the community at large to work across disciplines, fostering training/mentorship and collaborative research opportunities. ASTeRIX is interested in critically and creatively exploring, through a transdisciplinary research-creation lens, the ramifications of emergent technologies.

About Tyler

Tyler J Stewart is a curator, writer, and Master of Arts candidate in Cultural, Social, and Political Thought at the University of Lethbridge. His research focuses on the role of sound within the ongoing structure of settler-colonialism inCanada, investigating how sound is used as a form of social control by those in power to intimidate and silence, and how artists use sound as a form of resistance and refusal against imbalances of power. Since September 2019, he has also worked with ASTeRIX Centre for Research-Creation as a Graduate Assistant, fostering a variety of events and activities to encourage inter-disciplinary collaboration in the arts.

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